Semta said the courses offer the opportunity to improve on a wide range of skills, from learning foreign languages to financial management and communication.
In total, 150 of the e-learning 150 courses are available on Semta’s website, providing, it says, “a cost-effective way for employees to improve their performance at work, adding to their personal development and getting them in the learning habit”. They are available for individuals or employers to buy on-line.
The skills council’s Susan Evans said Adult Learners’ Week said the coming week served as a reminder that learning was essential for global competitiveness.
“As the UK economy tightens once again, we know employers are looking at ways to manage expenditure across their businesses. E-learning offers an ideal solution – allowing firms to continue to invest in the training they need to remain competitive, while maintaining flexibility and minimising costs,” she concluded.
The e-learning courses cost from £9.99 and are available at: http://semta.org.uk/employers/programs/e-learning/
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